14Nov 2017

On the 14th November our Head Boys and Head Girls were invited to  a memorial service for Michael Bond, the author of the Paddington stories, at St Paul’s Cathedral. The special service consisted of readings, prayers, hymns and stories. The children were able to listen to Hugh Bonneville (who plays Mr Brown in the new […]

14Nov 2017

Some of our children took part in a competition for Healthwatch called the ‘Running Pencil’ completion. One of our Y3 pupils, Penelope, won this competition and got invited to their Annual General Meeting where the Mayor of Fulham and Chelsea presented her with her certificate. Well done Penelope!

08Nov 2017

Today we woke feeling refreshed and ready for action after what one of the boys described as, ‘the best night’s sleep I have ever had’.   The ‘Nightwalk’ last night was great fun, although the weather was horrible and wet.  Mr Jones commented that in the many years that he has been coming here he has […]

07Nov 2017

So here we are sitting watching a movie whilst we wait for our evening activity- the infamous ‘Nightwalk’ -sipping on a hot chocolate.  We will shortly be embarking on a walk through the woods, in the dark (and the rain!), with just a torch and our friends to adventure with.  We will update everyone on […]

07Nov 2017

So here we are at Sayers Croft! After a slightly slow start we got here and with much excitement, settled in; unpacked our cases; made our beds and got to lunch- a nice hot jacket potato with a choice of toppings followed by flapjacks. The day progressed with orienteering sessions and then some team building […]

31Oct 2017

On Friday 20th October we had a fantastic day celebrating our International Week. Everyone came dressed up and it was wonderful to see so many different cultures celebrated through dress and costume. In the morning each class was split into 7 groups and then all the children visited each class teacher to learn about a […]

17Oct 2017

On Tuesday 17th October Form 2 and Form 5 had a visit from the London Fire Brigade to talk to them about fire safety and awareness.  The children were given practical tips and information to help them to prevent fires in their homes and explanations of what to do if there is a fire at […]

26May 2017

Come down to the book fair takeover where year six will be your hosts. Just imagine how funny year six will be serving you and help you find a book just for your liking. From  3:30-4:00 pm Tuesday 6th June 2017 until Friday 9th June MAKE SURE YOU COME TO THE BOOK FAIR GET YOUR […]

24Mar 2017

On Monday we spent the morning working together as a whole school. We visited 7 different workshops all based on the Easter story. Each class teacher led a workshop and all the children were mixed up. We talked about the Easter story form Palm Sunday up to the Resurrection. We acted out parts of the […]

24Mar 2017

On Friday 24th March we celebrated our value of forgiveness. We invited parents into our classes so they could share in our learning. Each class completed a different activity. Some of us taught our parents a song about forgiveness, some of us completed art work with our parents- we made forgiveness hands which hugged people. […]

23Mar 2017

On Thursday 2nd February 20 children and 3 members of staff visited the French Embassy as part of the launch for National Adopt A School week. Our children were paired up with children from a local French School. Together they served canapés to the French Ambassador and her guests. They also completed activities with some […]

13Feb 2017

On Thursday 9th February we received a visit from Nick Gibb MP. He joined us for a tasting session which was run by Phil Howard and the Adopt A School team. We were also joined by other members of the Adopt A School team and trustees. We really enjoyed learning about our senses and our […]

13Feb 2017

On Friday 10th February we celebrated Values day based on the value of creativity. We started by having breakfast with our families and then we went to chapel where we talked about using our creative skills to do our best to help others and God. In chapel we were also given a piece of lego […]

02Feb 2017

On Friday 20th January members of the School Council and RE leaders from across the school attended a special service at St Paul’s Cathedral. The service was a celebration of all Church schools in the London Diocese as well as a farewell to the Bishop and a thank you to Liz Wolverson. The service was […]

02Feb 2017

On Friday 27th January children and staff dressed up as waiters, waitresses and chefs. St George’s has a long history of working with the Adopt A School charity and we have benefited greatly over the years. On Friday each child paid £1 to support the charity and altogether we raised £150 for them. We really […]

25Jan 2017

On Tuesday 10th of January, Form 6 visited the Transport Museum to partake in the Junior Citizen scheme. The children learned about safe travel and safe conduct when travelling across the capital city from members of London Metropolitan Police, Tfl, London Fire Brigade Services and others. Overall, the class feel they are equipped for travelling […]

20Jan 2017

On Thursday 19th January Form 6 visited the RAF Museum as part of their project on ‘The Battle of Britain’.  The children learned about the different roles of members of the RAF during the war and about the clothes that pilots and airmen and women would have worn.  They were lucky enough to all be […]

20Jan 2017

On Monday 16th January members of Form 5 and Form 6 attended the launch of the BBC Radio 2 ‘500 Words’ story writing competition at Broadcasting House.  They formed part of the audience for a ‘Live Lesson’ in which Barney from Blue Peter and Naga Muncheti, recently seen dancing on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, presented an […]

20Jan 2017

Form 5 were recently invited to test some new virtual reality software that has been developed for phones, tablets and PlayStation 4.  They had a wonderful time meeting wild animals that they would never normally be able to get up close to, including, lions, zebra, rhinos and giraffes.  The software called ‘Virry’ has been developed […]

05Jan 2017

On Monday 19th December Form 4 took part in the Westminster Christmas singing festival. This was an event where schools came together to celebrate Christmas through song. The children had been rehearsing for a while and spent the morning of the 19th rehearsing at the venue. The concert was at 2pm and parents and staff […]

05Jan 2017

On Tuesday 20th December, Reception, Form 1 and Form 2 led us in their Nativity production. All the children took part representing the many different characters in the nativity Story. The Form 2 pupils were the lead roles whilst the younger children were shepherds, angels, camels and donkeys. It was a wonderful occasion which brought […]

16Dec 2016

On Friday 16th December we celebrated our Values day based on the Value of Kindness. We began our day with breakfast in the theatre where parents and children sat together and worked through various activities. We then went to Chapel and celebrated the role of Mary and the angels in the Christmas story. After that […]

16Dec 2016

On Wednesday 14th December, Form 3 went to the Westminster Foodbank to raise money for them by Carol Singing. The foodbank were very grateful to St George’s for this event.

16Dec 2016

On Thursday 15th December we celebrated Christmas by eating Christmas lunch! We really enjoyed having crackers at our tables, listening to Christmas music and enjoying ourselves. The food tasted really nice. Thank you to the kitchen staff who prepared our meals.

16Dec 2016

On Wednesday 14th December the Friends of St George’s held their annual Christmas Fair. This was a wonderful event with children and parents enjoying the Christmas activities. We even had real reindeer, a Santa grotto and there was lots of food! We hope that we were able to raise lots of money for the school […]

16Dec 2016

We are incredibly pleased to announce that we achieved a SILVER award for our RE Quality Mark. This is thanks to all the hard work our staff have put into RE over the last year or so. The children proudly showcased their work to the inspector. A massive well done to everyone!

14Dec 2016

On Friday 2nd December children from across St George’s went and tested out new virtual reality software using a range of different types of technology.  Discovery Education were there to film and interview the children about their experiences and thoughts.  The footage will be used as part of a documentary piece on software used in […]

14Dec 2016

On Monday 12th December Form 5 were given the opportunity to visit the Harry Potter studios at Warner Brothers. This was part of the buildings project which they had completed earlier in the term. They had an amazing day looking at scenery, props and costumes from the films. They enjoyed riding broomsticks and they all […]

14Dec 2016

On Tuesday 13th December, Form 6 went Carol Singing at Berkeley Square House as part of their Christmas Charity Event. Form 6 sang a variety of Christmas Carols and helped raise lots of money for the charity. Well done form 6!

14Dec 2016

On Monday 12th December St George’s put on a showcase of musical talents. Pupils from across the school demonstrated what they had learnt during the term. This included piano playing, our KS1 choir and our KS2 band. Everyone was really impressed with the performances. A great big thank you goes to our team of musicians […]

14Dec 2016

On Thursday 8th December Form 1 and Form 2 visited the Live Nativity at London Zoo. The children were very excited before they left and even more excited during the trip. They were able to visit the Zoo and see all the animals, birds and reptiles. They then went to see the Living Nativity with […]

14Dec 2016

Form 6 have been studying Earnest Shackleton as part of their class project on Antarctica. They have completed research, investigated aspects and visited museums. The project culminated in their own makeshift museum which they opened up in the school and invited parents to. The children were very proud of their work and were able to […]

14Dec 2016

On Friday 2nd December we welcomed Councillor along with councillor Church and a number of other visitors to our school. Our choir welcomed our guests by singing Christmas songs, including signing a song. Our guests then judged the West End Ward Christmas card competition. The entries were from St George’s, Soho Parish and All Souls. […]

14Dec 2016

Form 5 were incredibly privileged to be able to work with RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts) on a school Shakespeare project. They were given drama lessons and a script and then together as a class put on a 30-minute production of Hamlet at the RADA studios. The performance was amazing with all pupils portraying […]

14Dec 2016

Form 6’s residential trip to Sayers Croft took place during the week of the 21st November. During this week pupils were involved in a whole variety of activities including shelter building, night walks, marshmallows around the bonfire, archery and climbing, amongst others. It was an opportunity for the class to bond, share experiences and have […]

12Dec 2016

Children from St George’s recently took part in a competition called ‘Winter Windows’.  The children designed stained glass windows which would form part of a Christmas display in Leicester Square.  Keira, Isla, Tamara and Dev from Form 6, and Isobel from Form 3 all won the opportunity to have their work displayed.  You can go […]

09Nov 2016

We concluded our International and RE week with our thanksgiving service. This was an opportunity for us to say thank you to God for all he has provided for us. We sang International songs of thanks and said prayers from around the world. We even performed a dance with the parents.

09Nov 2016

As part of our International Day we also held our Values day. Parents joined their children for activities related to the value of respect which has been our focus this half term. The children loved having their parents spend time with them in class and the parents loved learning!

09Nov 2016

On Friday 4th November we celebrated the end of our International and RE week by inviting parents into school. Parents made different dishes from the countries they originated from and brought these from school. Children (along with their parents) then tasted the food and discussed where it was from and how it had been made. […]

09Nov 2016

Between Tuesday 1st November and Friday 4th November we celebrated International Week. Each class chose a continent and a country and focused on this throughout the week. We learnt about the different religions, cultures, food, clothing and traditions., we leant songs, made food and discovered new things. We made displays showing the country we were […]

09Nov 2016

On Tuesday 1st November we celebrated our RE day. John from Barnabas in schools led our Collective Worship. The theme was ‘Where in the World?’ We focused on where Christianity was celebrated in the world and how different countries had different traditions. John also led class workshops. He taught us songs and told stories. We […]

28Sep 2016

On Monday 26th September, Form 6 visited the University of Westminster’s science department. The children were given a tour of the campus by number of students from a range disciplines. They pitted their scientific knowledge against each other in a difficult quiz and learned how to extract DNA from fruit (strawberries) for examination. The children […]

28May 2016

On Tuesday 24th May and Thursday 26th May some of our Year 5 and Year 6 boys and girls took part in a Kwik Cricket competition. We were really proud of both teams as they both won their morning sessions and qualified for the next round. The boys ended up coming 4th out of 17 […]

22May 2016

On Friday 20th May we celebrated Pentecost with a Procession and Church Service. We walked from school to Berkeley Square waving banners and flags, and playing musical instruments. We then sang three songs at the Square and our school band played. We continued our walk to St George’s Church and then we had our service. […]

22May 2016

Last Tuesday representatives from Forms 5 and 6 took part in a Tri Golf Competition at Jubilee Sports Centre against other schools in Westminster. They did very well considering they had never played before! Well done!

22May 2016

On Friday 13th May Form 5 and 6 had an in school Kwik Cricket competition. The classes were divided into the four houses and played against each other. The winning house was St Francis. Well done to all houses for their excellent sportsmanship.

05May 2016

Last Tuesday, representatives from Form 4 took part in a Mini Tennis competition at Paddington Recreation Ground. The children played against other Form 4 pupils across the borough. They performed very well in the competition, as well as learning new skills and having a great time! Well done!

05May 2016

Form 5 had an amazing opportunity to perform two songs at St. George’s-tide Community Concert last Tuesday.  Revd Roderick Leece​ accompanied them on the piano for a rendition of ‘The Power in Me’, which they have also been learning for their upcoming performance at The Royal Albert Hall this coming June. It was a real pleasure […]

22Apr 2016

Congratulations to all the children who received 100% attendance awards for last term.  Well done to the following winners! Adiel Mika’eel Tamara Oscar Xanthe Elena Abigail Caspian Sade Michael Esam Libuse Loveday Penelope Biba Henrik Liani Sammy Elyssa Altan Catherine Eva Tom Rayan Ijama Sonia A’Laa Seth Carmen Hanna Charlotte Kate Lilia Keira Amelia Nadine […]

22Apr 2016

Before the Easter holidays Form 5 visited the Royal Academy of Arts and were provided with a tour of the new exhibition ‘Painting of the modern garden: Monet to Matisse’. This was then followed up with a workshop led by the Royal Academy. During the workshop the children produced some wonderful art work using tissue […]

22Apr 2016

We are incredibly lucky to be part of The Royal Academy Of Culinary Arts ‘Adopt a School’ project which has meant that we have had the opportunity to work with a number of famous chefs. Last week we had a visit from Idirs Caldora. The children were taught about Food Miles, where food grows and […]

22Apr 2016

Form 6 had a very enjoyable time at the Transport Museum completing their ‘Junior Citizenship Programme’. During the programme the children learned how to use public transport safely when commuting around London, they learned about e-safety​ and protecting themselves on line. They also learned about which adults are appropriate to talk to when commuting through […]

22Apr 2016

We are very pleased to announce that we have been awarded the Music Mark. This award is given to schools that are ‘committed to high quality music education’. We were nominated for the award based on the high value that we place on music throughout the school. There has been a long tradition of music […]

19Mar 2016

On Thursday 17th March Form 6 visited the Lord Mayor of Westminster’s Parlour.  The children met the Lord Mayor of Westminster- Lady Christabel Flight- who discussed her role as mayor with them whilst enjoying afternoon tea.  The children also visited the Silver Room and were given opportunity to hold the ceremonial mace used in official […]

19Mar 2016

On Wednesday 16th March we held two discos at school to celebrate Sport Relief. The children enjoyed dancing to the music, chatting with their friends and of course eating their snack food. It was wonderful to have the support of parents during the event and staff really enjoyed watching the children and dancing with them. […]

19Mar 2016

On Friday 18th March Form 4 visited Shrek’s Adventure on the South Bank.  There they met all of the characters from ‘Far Far Away Land’ including; Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Gingerbread Man, Rumplestiltskin and many more.  The children had a thrilling adventure on their quest to fins Shrek and thoroughly enjoyed watching Mr Jones dancing […]

19Mar 2016

On Friday 11th March Form 4 visited the Royal College of Music to watch a special performance of Handel’s ‘Ariodante’.  The children were able to speak to the director and conductor of the orchestra to get a deeper understanding of the history of opera and traditions still followed today.  A wonderful experience for all of […]

17Mar 2016

On Wednesday 16th March we celebrated Sports Relief. All the children dressed in their PE kits or sports outfits and completed a variety of sporting activities which were led by Fit for Sport. It was a very enjoyable day and there were lots of prizes to be won. We raised over £150 for Sports relief. […]

10Mar 2016

On Friday afternoon we held our Mothers’ Day service at the Grosvenor Chapel. Our service was a celebration of all mothers as well as all parents and carers. We split our service into three themes: God’s loving, care & nurture; The love, care & nurture of mothers, fathers, grandparents, carers; and The love, care & […]

10Mar 2016

On Thursday 3rd March we celebrated World Book Day. We all dressed up in costumes as our favourite book character. The children and staff looked amazing! During the day our teachers judged our costumes and at the end of the day we showcased them to the whole school. We had one winner from each class. […]

07Mar 2016

Over the last term school council have been very busy finding out what pupils think of St. George’s School. They spoke to each class about their likes as well as the things they would like to change. The older school council members also visited Reception and Form 1 to talk to them about what they […]

03Mar 2016

On Tuesday 9th February Peter Wilson, our Road Safety Officer came into school to speak to each class about how to cross the road safely and other important road safety information. We also introduced our WOW campaign- ‘Walk Once a Week. We are hoping that every child in the school will be able to walk […]

02Mar 2016

Reception   This week in reception we have been looking at what seeds need in order to grow. We planted seeds of our own and even tested some seeds to see if they could grow without water or soil or sunshine. We also looked at the Inventor Alexander Graham Bell – a Scottish man famous […]

01Mar 2016

On Tuesday 2nd February 10 members of Form 5 visited The Dorchester Hotel. The ‘Adopt a School’ charity was holding a fundraising event and they asked St George’s to provide children who would serve canapés and then sing to the members of public invited. The children even had their own sandwich dinner served by the […]

01Mar 2016

On Friday before half term we celebrated Values day. We started with a family breakfast where children and adults ate together and completed various activities in the theatre. There were two acts of Worship, one for each Key stage which focused on the Value of Love. We thought in detail about God’s love and how […]

04Jan 2016

We began this week with a wonderful Nativity which was led by our KS1 department. The children looked amazing in their costumes. They sang loudly and clearly and they read and acted really well. I loved watching them enjoy themselves. On Tuesday evening our choir sang at the Grosvenor Chapel. I was really impressed with […]

09Dec 2015

On Tuesday 8th December Form 5 went to the Westminster Foodbank where they sang Christmas Carols to help raise money to buy food for the Foodbank. Altogether they raised £362, which was an amazing amount! The volunteers and workers at the Foodbank were truly grateful for this money and were really impressed with the children’s […]

08Dec 2015

The whole school were invited to take part in a Christmas card competition along with Soho Parish and all Souls schools. The school council attended the event where the competition entries were judged and one winner from each school was chosen. The Christmas cards were judged by Lady Flight the Lord Mayor of Westminster. The […]

06Dec 2015

On Sunday 6th December the choir of St George’s were really privileged to be invited to serve canapés and sing at the RAC Club on Pall Mall. It was the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts’ 35th birthday and as St George’s is part of the Adopt a School campaign we were invited to take part […]

04Dec 2015

This year we were invited to take part in a ‘Design a Bauble’ competition. Children from across the school entered and it was judged by a number of local residents. On Thursday 3rd December Form 1 and Form 2 were invited to Brown Hart Gardens where the Bauble Competition winners were being announced. We enjoyed […]

04Dec 2015

On Friday 4th December representatives from Form 5 and 6 had a great day out learning how to play handball and competing with other schools.

02Dec 2015

On Tuesday 1st December Form 3 went Carol Singing to help raise money for Farm Africa. After the event they received this letter. Thank you again for coming along to our #GivingTuesday collection. It was so wonderful to meet you and the children and hear them sing. I was really touched watching them singing their […]

01Dec 2015

On Tuesday 1st December we held our second Values Day. This was a really great event with many parents and children turning up for breakfast- even though we didn’t have any gas to cook the food! We held two Collective Worships, one for each Key stage which focused on this half terms value: PEACE. We […]

16Nov 2015

Form 5 managed to gather the largest amount of donations for this year’s Harvest festival.  On Friday 13th November, they had the opportunity to go and visit Westminster Foodbank to celebrate their success and learn more about where their donations were going. On their arrival, they were kindly greeted by the Foodbank manager, Abby Shepherd, […]

16Nov 2015

On Wednesday 11th November at 11am we took part in our annual Remembrance Service. We began our service outside school where our head boy and head girl placed a commemorative wreath on our school railings. We then held a 2 minute silence before walking to the Grosvenor Chapel. Our service was led by the Rector […]

06Nov 2015

Wednesday On Wednesday morning we visited ‘Cobbler’s Brook’ a local stream that is a tributary of the River Thames.  We were investigating the features of a stream and river, and how the stream affects the landscape around it.  The children had a great time slipping and sliding everywhere and the morning culminated in painting our […]

04Nov 2015

Monday When Form 6 arrived at Sayers Croft they were told that they would be responsible for making their own beds and cleaning up after themselves. Some of the children found it a real challenge but worked as a team to get their dormitories ready for the teacher’s first inspection. To make sure that the […]

22Oct 2015

On Thursday 22nd October we celebrated thanksgiving at the Grosvenor Chapel. Father Richard led the service with three servers from Form 6 helping him out. We sang several songs which focused on thanking God for all he had given us. Form 6 performed a short play reminding us that we should say thank you for […]

21Oct 2015

It is with great sadness that we have to announce that the previous headteacher of St George’s, Mr Malcolm Lothian, passed away on the 19th October 2015. Mr Lothian had worked at St George’s for 42 years, 39 of which he was the headteacher. He was known and loved by the whole community. Staff, parents […]

21Oct 2015

On Friday 16th October both Form 5 and Form 6 had the privilege of attending workshops run by the charity justenoughuk.org. These workshops allowed the children to gain an insight into what modern day slavery is and how many people in the UK and other countries it affects. The children completed role play activities as […]

21Oct 2015

What an amazing day we had on Wednesday 21st October when we celebrated our International Culture Day. Children and staff dressed up in costume representing either a famous person or a culture. We had famous artists, doctors, politicians and many others as well as traditional dress from a variety of countries. Each class focused on […]

10Oct 2015

On Friday 9th October Form 6 had a visit from Phil Howard. Phil Howard is a 2 star Michelin chef and co-owner of The Square restaurant in Mayfair.  He has appeared on a number of TV programmes including Great British Menu. We had a really enjoyable time working in our Cookery Room making food with […]

09Oct 2015

On Thursday 8th October 2015 Mrs Standing took a group of 10 children to Westminster Kingsway College to meet Albert Roux. It was his 80th Birthday and we had been invited to sing Happy Birthday to him. We had a really great time and Albert roux was very friendly. He kept on laughing and joking […]

03Oct 2015

On Friday 2nd October we held our first school values day. This was an amazing event which was very well attended by parents and friends. We began with an enjoyable breakfast in the theatre where parents and children sat together eating food and completing various activities linked to the value of hope. We then all […]